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Nutritional Therapy

July 18, 2015

Good nutrition is vital to a healthy functioning body. Clinical nutrition aims to identify and treat nutritional deficiencies, improve food assimilation, eliminate allergens and detoxify the body. Nutritional therapists undergo a period of clinical practice when trained, thus enabling them to hold one to one consultations with clients. They are thoroughly trained to assess your health and any symptoms so that they can prescribe a tailored health programme. Through a healthy balanced diet adjusted to your needs and health conditions, and sometimes supplemented with herbal, vitamin and mineral supplements you can improve your body’s health and functioning.In healthy eating, the ultimate goal is to promote long-term good health & fend off increased risk of disease while maintaining the balance,so that food is still enjoyable. Making our own decisions is the best way to learn. The nutritional therapy we offer is aiming to find a way that will bring our clients results they want, but also it gives them the knowledge they need to feel more empowered to look after themselves and make their own decisions. However, nutritional behaviour that is reinforced tends to be repeated and strengthened. Behaviour which is not reinforced tends to be weakened and die out or be extinguished. We will give you the support and motivation to reinforce your healthy behaviour.

I am Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist and I have been passionate about the importance of a healthy diet since I was a child. After I had completed my GCSE levels,  I lived in the U.S.A for a year whilst completing my TOEFL qualification and I was very concerned by the growing level of obesity there. At that point I knew I wanted to dedicate myself to helping others take control of their own health and improve their own lives, and this is the goal I have pursued in my career to date.
In the UK, I studied at Bath Spa University and graduated with a 2:1 Honours BSc degree in Diet and Health. I also completed a Masters degree in Dietetics at the Medical University of Silesia in Poland, (certified by the UK NARIC). I have delivered many lectures and nutrition talks, based on my own research and new scientific findings. I have 9 year experience in dietary and nutritional counselling working with disease prevention and health improvement. I work with people to improve their weight management, gut health, metabolic syndrome, food allergies and intolerances, mental wellbeing and sports nutrition. I work with both adults and children and with pregnant and lactating women.

I am currently working as a Community Dietitian for Great Western Hospital in Swindon providing a nutrition and dietetic service for a range of community services to include intermediate care, community hospital inpatients, and outpatient clinics for both adults and children. I strive for the delivery of excellent patient care through education, and the empowerment of patients, their family and/or carers.

I have also worked on a voluntary basis with Sirona Healthcare and Off the Records Centre with parents, children and whole families to improve nutrition and lifestyle. I found this work extremely rewarding and inspirational. It is important to me as an individual to be able to care for others.

I acknowledge that people are individual and that dietetic interventions and support need to be tailored to suit the person and their own situation. Therefore, I completed a three-day Psychology of Eating course giving me a good foundation in understanding people’s choices and appropriate behaviour change. Being aware of a person’s willingness to change and gauging the level of motivation affects my approach. In working with parents and their children I found that the family dynamic often compounded issues surrounding behavioural change. By taking a relaxed and empathetic approach I engaged with the families, sometimes guiding small changes yielding significant results. I gained confidence in my communication and behavioural change skills when parents returned to compliment and thank me for really helping.



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Association for Nutrition

Health and Care Professions Council

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